Kindergarten to grade 12 education
Learn about Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)'s role in elementary and secondary First Nations education, as well as funding programs available to support students and educators.
In fiscal year 2016 to 2017, the Government of Canada invested $1.94 billion in First Nations elementary and secondary education programs.
Find out how the Government of Canada is committed to establishing a new partnership on First Nations elementary and secondary education.
This program provides eligible students ordinarily living on reserve with elementary and secondary education programs comparable to those in provincial schools.
This program helps eligible First Nations students with high-cost special needs to access quality programs and services that are culturally sensitive and reflective of generally accepted provincial or territorial standards.
This program funded projects and activities designed to improve the quality of education in First Nations schools and to enhance the educational experiences of students, teachers, administrators, parents and communities.
This program supports innovative programs and projects, which aim to improve outcomes for First Nations communities, schools and students.
This program supports research projects that show the positive impacts of educational initiatives for First Nations students.
This program supports First Nations educators on reserve (kindergarten to grade 12) in their ongoing efforts to meet students' needs and improve student and school results. Funding is limited to activities intended for students attending First Nation-operated schools.
This proposal-based program is designed to advance First Nations student achievement in First Nations and provincial schools.
Find out how ISC works with First Nations to provide financial and advisory assistance to First Nations in the development of education facilities.
Learn about the funding the Government of Canada provided for Kindergarten to grade 12 education to First Nations and other organizations.
Learn about new schools in First Nations communities since September 2016.